Here’s how telehealth will shake up health care real estate
Health care entities will likely need less space for admin roles as people continue to work remotely.
By Lynn Pollack|April 29, 2021 at 02:34 PM|The original version of this story was published on Globe Street
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Changing consumer preferences and advancements in health care technology are shifting the health care sector in ways that will likely unsettle the $1 trillion health care real estate market, according to recent analysis from BTIG.
The pandemic led to a so-called “forced adoption” of telehealth, with rates more than doubling in 2020, and experts expect the sector to continue expanding from current levels, with some saying it could grow by 10-15% annually.
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